Prime Minister Narendra Modi marks his 67th birthday today. And on the special occasion, he has arrived in Gujarat to seek blessings from his mother. PM Modi on Friday night arrived in Ahemdabad where he was welcomed and facilitated by top BJP leaders. Meanwhile, 989 lamps have been lit by specially lit people in Navsari, making an entry into the Guinness Book.
Over 2,000 BJP supporters gathered at the Sardar Vallabhai Patel International Airport to catch a glimpse of the prime minister. After meeting his mother, Modi is expected to fly to Limkheda in Dahod to address a rally at Arts College ground near Hasteshwar Mahadev temple, where he will greeted by a 67-foot tall cutout of himself, commissioned by the local party unit, which has also prepared a list of 67 programmes to mark his birthday.
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While some members of the local BJP unit have begun a 67-hour long Mahamrutyunjay recitation at Hasteshwar Mahadev temple, other party workers are overseeing a simultaneous 67-hour long recitation of Hanuman Chalisa. The recital began in the presence of MoS and Dahod MP Jaswantsinh Bhabhor at Monibaba Ashram on Thursday.
“We have asked the company to ensure that the structure is strong and able to withstand wind in the open ground,” a leader said in a conversation with The Indian Express.
On the other hand, a Surat-based bakery, Atul Bakery has reportedly created the world’s tallest pyramid cake for this occasion. A team of over 20 chefs have worked together to bake the world’s tallest pyramid cake with chocoberry flavour. Not just this, the Bakery aims to make the cake tall enough so that it enters the Guinness book of records.